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Monday 27th April 2015

Choosing not to be discrete — the benefits of fluid approximations in dynamic modelling

Choosing not to be discrete — the benefits of fluid approximations in dynamic modelling
Date
27/04/2015
Location
JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31), Strand campus
Description
Professor Jane Hillston (University of Edinburgh) will be delivering a Distinguished Lecture on Monday 27 April.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 29th April 2015

Through A Wall

Through A Wall
Date
29/04/2015
Description
Through A Wall is a cross-platform art project exploring the complexities of conflict as a universal human experience and its relationship to belief. It is a seed-funded project part of the Belief and Conflict in the UK series in partnership with the Cultural Institute at King's and Urban Dialogues at Three Faiths Forum.
Categories:
Public Talk
Tuesday 5th May 2015

The Road to Rome and Strasbourg via San Francisco:Human Rights in Charters and Declarations

The Road to Rome and Strasbourg via San Francisco:Human Rights in Charters and Declarations
Date
05/05/2015
Location
K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre Kings Building Strand Campus
Description
With Sir Louis Blom-Cooper QC.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 6th May 2015

Enterprise Connect presents 'Building your family: people and networks'

Enterprise Connect presents 'Building your family: people and networks'
Date
06/05/2015
Location
Guy's campus, New Hunt’s House Lecture Theatre 1
Description
The event will feature talks from Angus Thirlwell, Co-founder & CEO Hotel Chocolat, and Debbie Moore OBE, Founder Pineapple Dance Studios.
Categories:
Public Talk

The world in 2015: What went wrong with the emerging world?

The world in 2015: What went wrong with the emerging world?
Date
06/05/2015
Location
JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31)
Description
Each emerging power is a different case, but what unites them is a refusal to exert positive global responsibilities beyond their own state interests. Insecure domestically, such countries tend to concentrate on their own internal development and their own political stability.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Wednesday 13th May 2015

10th randall lecture: Professor Nadia Rosenthal

10th randall lecture: Professor Nadia Rosenthal
Date
13/05/2015
Description
The Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, is delighted to announce the 10th Randall Lecture, presented by Professor Nadia Rosenthal.
Categories:
Lecture
Thursday 14th May 2015

Nightingale Lecture: Elizabeth Morgan on children's nursing

Nightingale Lecture: Elizabeth Morgan on children's nursing
Date
14/05/2015
Location
Guy’s Campus, Lecture Theatre 1 Guy's Campus
Description
King's College London is thrilled to announce that the next Nightingale Lecture will be with Liz Morgan, former Chief Nurse and Director of Education at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Liz's lecture title is 'Our children, Our responsibility - the contribution of children's nursing'
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk, Seminar

Politics and Practices of Secrecy

Politics and Practices of Secrecy
Date
14 - 15/05/2015
Location
Edmund J Safra Lecture Theatre King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
In the wake of the Snowden revelations about the surveillance capabilities of intelligence agencies, this interdisciplinary symposium gathers experts to discuss the place and implications of secrecy in contemporary culture and politics.
Categories:
Conference
Friday 15th May 2015

Politics and Practices of Secrecy

Politics and Practices of Secrecy
Date
14 - 15/05/2015
Location
Edmund J Safra Lecture Theatre King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
In the wake of the Snowden revelations about the surveillance capabilities of intelligence agencies, this interdisciplinary symposium gathers experts to discuss the place and implications of secrecy in contemporary culture and politics.
Categories:
Conference
Monday 18th May 2015

Pint of Science Festival 2015

Pint of Science Festival 2015
Date
18/05/2015
Description
The Pint of Science Festival 2015 will see some of world's best scientific researchers travel to pubs across the world to discuss their latest findings.
Categories:
Public Talk
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